Part of the incentive package to lure Boeing to St. Louis will include land near Lambert-St. Louis International Airport.
Swedish furniture giant IKEA, long rumored to be considering a St. Louis store, announced Wednesday morning that it is opening its first Missouri location in St. Louis.
St. Louis leaders are urging Missouri lawmakers to approve incentives for Boeing to build a new commercial airplane in their region.
Construction officially began Tuesday on the Whole Foods store and City Walk in the Central West End. “This is going to be a game-changer for this part of Euclid,” Ron Silverman with Mills Properties said.
The Missouri Council for a Better Economy sponsored the meeting at a Clayton hotel at which it launched the Better Together project. St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay and St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley were among those who attended.
The press conference Tuesday will be held at Cheshire Inn at the corner of Clayton and Skinker Roads. It is scheduled to start at 1 p.m.
“The day Mayor Francis Slay signs a contract and commits the city under a contract without going through the appropriate channels, I will file a lawsuit,” Lewis Reed says.
St. Louis Circuit Court judges are moving toward approval of a plan that could move gun cases to the front of the line.
Mayor Slay is urging the district to consider allowing a charter school access to the two buildings. In a letter to school board president Rick Sullivan, Slay called the buildings “civic assets.”
McKee supporters U.S. Rep. Lacy Clay, D-St. Louis, and Mayor Francis Slay say it’s time to give McKee his $400 million city tax break.